Hue Vietnam Travel Guide: Tombs, Towers and Tanks

Things To Do In Hue Vietnam Once the national capital from 1802-1945, Hue Vietnam is home to the ancient Imperial City (Citadel) and the tombs of several emperors. The ancient sites around Hue Vietnam are spectacularly beautiful and it was well worth the visit. Learn more in this Hue Vietnam travel guide! Hue Imperial City (The Citadel) Emperors of Vietnam once lived in this walled fortress and palace. Much of the Continue Reading →

Wonderful Indonesia! 10 Beautiful Photos of Indonesia

In 2015 we were looking for a place to go on vacation with our son who had just turned 2 years old. A place that was safe for kids, had great food and beaches but also some adventure. We found it all in Indonesia! We traveled through Kuta, Ubud, Yogyakarta and then finally out of Jakarta. Watching the sun rise from the top of the ancient temple of Borobudur was Continue Reading →

Hampyeong’s Herptile Eco Park

Hampyeong which is about an hour away from Gwangju, Jeollanamdo, is well known across Korea for its annual Butterfly Festival. Few people, even locally it appears, know about Hampyeong Herptile Eco Park (함평파충류생태공원 ). It’s hard to miss though once you arrive into the area of the Eco Park as the building is shaped like a giant albino Burmese python (they have a live one inside!). I have not been able Continue Reading →

Hoi An, Vietnam: Spending Some Time Around the Old Town

In 1999, the old town of Hoi An was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The narrow streets are lined with buildings from centuries ago and in the evening lanterns light their way. Hoi An is more than just this historic town though! Beautiful white sand beaches line the coast, fantastic restaurants can be found and it is about an hour away from the temple complex My Son. Found around Continue Reading →

Sun Halo and Iridescent Rainbow Clouds in Hoi An, Vietnam

We are currently in Hoi An, Vietnam. Tomorrow will be our last day in this city and I've been sick in bed all day with a bad cold. So this evening I decided to take some photos of the rice fields and mountains surrounding our hotel from the window of our room. As the sun was setting I noticed to the right of the sun what appeared to be a Continue Reading →

Myanmar Photo Highlights

In February 2016 we traveled to Myanmar. My husband, son and I were the first family members in more than 60 years to return to the place where my grandmother and her sisters had grown up. Both Bub and I, being Canadian needed tourist visa's but since Daddy is from the Philippines he could travel to the country for 14 days without a visa. After that he too would need a visa Continue Reading →